Law And Ethics in Educational Leadership

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Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall, 2007 - Education - 362 pages
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Law and Ethics for School Administrators offers a real-world, problem-based approach to legal and ethical issues that emphasizes application, standards and cases throughout.  Aligned with ELCC and ISLLC Standards, the book guides administrators as they face issues such as: education, religion and community values; privacy & First Amendment rights of students; students, due process, and safe schools; student search and seizure; equal protection; children and special needs; tort liability; teacher employment, supervision, and collective bargaining; teacher constitutional law; and computers and the Internet. Integrated examples, do’s and don’ts features, and case studies present legal and ethical dilemmas based on typical school issues and encourage the development of successful leadership skills.

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Contents

The Importance of Ethical and Legal Decision Making
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Legal Bodies Governing Education
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Education Religion and Community Values
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Copyright

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